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RE: [Computerbank] What is this list about?
I am on other lists for war activism - it's not relevant to what this list
I thought this list was moderated? No?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anthony Jack [mailto:AnJack@doh.health.nsw.gov.au]
> Sent: Thursday, 13 February 2003 10:19
> To: <
> Subject: [Computerbank] What is this list about?
> I am only new to this list and I joined it becuase I am part
> of a large organisation with a large turnover in computer
> equipment. I thought the list would enable me to find out
> about worthwhile ways of disposing of computer equipment that
> would be of benefit to the wider community.
> However, since I joined I only seemed to have gotten mails
> about a war in Iraq.
> Whilst it is an important issue, I don't think it is the
> purpose for which this list was set up (and the reason I
> subscribed to it).
> Anthony Jack
> Project Officer
> Northern Sydney Health
> Information Services
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